Rams News: Ways To Watch the Los Angeles Rams this NFL Season
Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

The defending Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams open their season tomorrow night at home against the current Super Bowl favorite Buffalo Bills. The game begins at 5:20 p.m. PST in Inglewood, California, and will be broadcast nationally.

Current NFL and MLB betting sites have the Bills listed as a 2.5-point favorite in their latest Bills vs. Rams odds, with 53 total points scored as the over/under.

The Rams are coming off a historic season in which they went 13-3 and won their first Super Bowl title in franchise history. They’ll be looking to build on that success this season, starting with a win over the Bills tomorrow night.

How to Watch the Rams

There are several great local options for streaming the Rams in the Los Angeles area. DIRECTV STREAM, fuboTV, Hulu Live TV, and YouTube TV offer access to KABC-TV (ABC 7), the local flagship station for Rams games. These services also provide access to ESPN and NBC for Monday and Sunday Night Football and all the other broadcast networks. If you want to watch the Rams play weekly, these are some of the best solutions in the market.

If you’re a Rams fan living outside Los Angeles, you can still catch all the action this season. The team has regional games on broadcast networks like NBC, Fox, and CBS and a Monday Night game on ESPN.

You’ll need a subscription to DIRECTV STREAM, fuboTV, Hulu Live TV, or YouTube TV to access these channels. One exception is the Thursday Night game, which is exclusive to Amazon Prime. In that case, you may need to sign up for a free trial of Prime Video to watch.

Even with all these channels, there may be weeks where the Rams aren’t airing in your area. You can use this blackout workaround to catch the game in those cases.

Los Angeles Rams Schedule

Week Date Time (EST) Home Vs. Away Network
1 Thu, 9/8/22 5:20 PM Bills vs. Rams Fox
2 Sun, 9/18/22 4:05 PM Falcons vs. Rams Fox
3 Sun, 9/25/22 4:25 PM Rams vs. Cardinals Fox
4 Mon, 10/3/22 8:15 PM Rams vs. 49ers ESPN
5 Sun, 10/9/22 4:25 PM Cowboys vs. Rams Fox
6 Sun, 10/16/22 4:05 PM Panthers vs. Rams Fox
7 Sun, 10/23/22 Bye
8 Sun, 10/30/22 4:25 PM 49ers vs. Rams Fox
9 Sun, 11/6/22 4:25 PM Rams vs. Buccaneers CBS
10 Sun, 11/13/22 4:25 PM Cardinals vs. Rams Fox
11 Sun, 11/20/22 1:00 PM Rams vs. Saints Fox
12 Sun, 11/27/22 4:25 PM Rams vs. Chiefs Fox
13 Sun, 12/4/22 4:05 PM Seahawks vs. Rams Fox
14 Thu, 12/8/22 8:15 PM Raiders vs. Rams Amazon
15 Mon, 12/19/22 8:15 PM Rams vs. Packers ESPN/ABC
16 Sun, 12/25/22 4:30 PM Broncos vs. Rams CBS
17 Sun, 1/1/23 8:20 PM Rams vs. Chargers NBC
18 Sun, 1/8/23 TBD Rams vs. Seahawks TBD

Top Team Odds to Win the Super Bowl

 

Buffalo Bills (+650)

The Bills may have lost to the Chiefs in the AFC Championship game, but they are still one of the favorites to win the Super Bowl next year. Josh Allen is searching for his first Super Bowl appearance and win, and the Bills are favorites to do so. The Bills could be hoisting the Lombardi Trophy next year with a strong team and a determined quarterback.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+750)

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are lucky to have Tom Brady returning after the greatest of all time briefly retired. They’re in the weaker conference and an even easier division, so oddsmakers like them to come out of the NFC and contend for the title. With Mike Evans and Chris Godwin back and healthy, they certainly look like the team to beat.

Green Bay Packers (+1000)

The Green Bay Packers may have lost Davante Adams, but they are still one of the favorites to win the Super Bowl. The Packers managed to keep their star quarterback Aaron Rodgers, which gives them an excellent chance to make a run at the title.

Without Adams, the Packers will have to rely on other players to step up and make plays. Despite the loss of Adams, the Packers still have a strong team, and they will be a force to be reckoned with in the playoffs.

Kansas City Chiefs (+1000)

Despite their disappointing playoff exit last season, the Kansas City Chiefs remain one of the favorites to win the Super Bowl in 2023. Led by reigning MVP Patrick Mahomes and star tight end Travis Kelce, the Chiefs’ offense is sure to be one of the best in the NFL.

However, the departure of Tyreek Hill could be a big blow to the team. Hill was one of the best wide receivers in the league, and his absence will be felt. The Chiefs will need to find a way to replace his production if they want to remain among the elite teams in the NFL.

Los Angeles Rams (+1200)

The Los Angeles Rams came into the offseason as the defending Super Bowl champions, and they looked to build on that success by adding some key pieces via trade and free agency.

One of their most significant moves was trading for linebacker Bobby Wagner, who should help shore up their defense. They also added wide receiver Allen Robinson, who will provide a much-needed boost to their offense. Despite these additions, the Rams did lose one key player, as linebacker Von Miller signed with the Buffalo Bills. However, they should still be a force to be reckoned with in 2022.